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Digital Landfills & Spam versus ‘Content is the Process’

Recent blog posts made me aware that some things take an incredible long time: ECM and Zombies by Billy Cripe: ‘ECMS’ are graveyards and they are a dead end. They may be called digital landfills or “deep archives” or enterprise

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Posted in Adaptive Case Management, BPM, Case Management, Content, Mobile

Enterprise Architecture Master Data Process Content Relationship Management ?

The subject of linking Enterprise Architecture efforts and Master Data Management with Business Process Management is now frequently recurring. Let me just say that the direction is an absolute necessity. One approach is the theoretical top-down modeling as employed by

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Posted in Adaptive Process, Business Architecture, Business Strategy

The Art of Strategy

‘Mastering The Unpredictable’ covers unpredictable, operational processes.  I want to  focus here on the most important knowledge work in the top hierarchy of the business: defining a business STRATEGY. I did post a few weeks ago about my belief that

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Posted in Adaptive Process, BPM, Business Architecture, Complexity, Customer Communications, Executives

Making sense of: KMWorld – Best Practices in BPM 2008

I just read a January 2008 KMWorld collection of White Papers and here is my take on it. I particularly like Editoral Director Andy Moore’s musings on the BPM market. Moore first asks why business intelligence vendors (BI) are disappearing

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Max J. Pucher
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